Corporate Governance, Economic Reforms, and Development: The Indian Experience

Author:

Sanjoy Mukherjee

,

Darryl Reed

Publisher:

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Publisher

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Publication Year 2006
ISBN-13

9780195684377

ISBN-10 0195684370
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 270 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 21 X 14.7 X 1.8
Weight (grms) 314

This volume comprehensively discusses the history of development efforts, the corporate economy of India, and the recent changes in global political economy. In particular, it examines the changing corporate governance policies and practices in India Inc. in the face of liberalization and provides strategic recommendations for boards and managements.

Sanjoy Mukherjee

Sanjoy Mukherjee is currently a postdoctoral research associate working with Prof. Bryan W. Boudouris in the Charles D. Davidson School of Chemical Engineering at Purdue University. Sanjoy earned his undergraduate and graduate chemistry degrees at the University of Calcutta and the Indian Institute of Science respectively. Sanjoy has also worked at the Institüt für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Würzburg, Germany as a DAAD sponsored visiting fellow during his doctoral studies. His current research interests focuses on the structure-property relationships, optical properties, and charge transport mechanisms in radical polymers.​

Darryl Reed

Darryl Reed is Associate Professor in the Division of Social Science at York University and teaches in the Business & Society Program. He has a PhD in political economy and public policy (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, ’95) and a PhD in social ethics (University of Southern California, ’97). He has studied in Germany as an Adenauer Fellow (Frankfurt, 1989-90), has taught at the Budapest University of Economics (1994-1995) and was the Sir Ratan Tata Visiting Fellow at the Management Centre for Human Values at the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta (1997-1998). He has a wide range of research interests in the field of Business and Society, including corporate governance, community economic development, business ethics and development ethics. He has published in a number of business and economic ethics journals including the Journal of Business Ethics, Business Ethics Quarterly, Business and Society, Business Ethics: A European Review, and the International Journal of Social Economics. He also sits on the editorial board of several journals in the field.
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